Sunday, 17 July 2011

The Qur’an (3:110) tells Muslims in the clearest terms that they are a special people: ‘You are the noblest nation that has ever been raised up for mankind. You enjoin justice and forbid evil.’

To preserve their nobility, Muslims are commanded by Allah to keep themselves apart from the unclean infidel and not to make friends with non-Muslims unless such a friendship is necessary for self-defence:

● Let believers not make friends with infidels in preference to the faithful—he that does this has nothing to hope for from Allah—except in self-defence. (3:28)
● Believers, do not choose the infidels rather than the faithful for your friends. (4:144)
● Believers, take neither Jews nor Christians for your friends. (5:51)

So Britain, like other Western countries, finds herself hosting a rapidly growing Muslim community which takes those teachings to heart right from childhood and sees itself as separate and superior:

Lessons in Hatred and Violence records a preacher telling children that ‘the disbelievers are the worst creatures’.

Nicholas Kafouris, a teacher at a London school, brushes against a Year 4 Muslim pupil who says, ‘Don’t touch me, you’re a Christian.’

Iqbal Wahhab, an adviser to the British government, talks of the ‘divisions between Islamic communities and the wider population.’

Kristina Schroeder, the German Family Minister, criticizes Muslim youths for being hostile towards Germans and admits, ‘We are dealing with fundamentally hostile attitudes towards other groups—particularly against Germans and Christians.’

Khaled Ahmed, writing in the Lahore Friday Times in 2001, says ‘Expatriate Muslims integrate less well with host societies than other expatriate communities. … The [British] Pakistani community chose to clash with the political and cultural ethos of the UK by transplanting the religious politics of Pakistan to their host country.’

Liberals, still hoping for Britain to become a multicultural paradise, cling to the belief that Islam can be made to conform to Western mores, but when has Islam ever allowed itself to be tamed? This period of our history can only end in tears. Will they be Muslim or non-Muslim tears?


Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

One of the reasons westerners underestimate the Islamic threat, and the supremacist yearnings at the heart of Islam, is that Muslims seem so manifestly primitive to us. It hard for us to believe that such primitive people could ever feel superior to anyone else. But they do.

And not just religiously superior either. Turks, for example, nurture a strong sense of racial superiority. To most westerners, they're just a bunch of dirty savages. But to themselves, they're the master race.

Johnny Rottenborough said...

The West has the Muslim world well and truly beaten in every respect, except the one that really matters: having babies. Primitiveness 1 - 0 Sophistication.

Add to their fecundity the insistent brainwashing they undergo right from childhood and you have a combination that’s pretty well unbeatable.

Ralph Lynn said...
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Ralph Lynn said...

Johnny, that picture is more territying than any horror Lovecraft could come up with!

Ralph Lynn said...

Another typo, never mind..

Superb analysis, well worth a read.

Johnny Rottenborough said...

@ Ralph—Yeah. I was pleased with that one.

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